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Store is the right plgce. Con
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.00 We will be glad to help you ir
As a Flyer this Week
We Place on Sale
* * Black Dress Goods, worth $1.25 for 89c. yard.
Black and Crean Dress Goods, worth to 75c. amd 85c., for 49c. yard.
++ Silks! Silks!!
If it is Silk you want we have them for you at prices right.
36 inch Taffetas, worth $1.25 sale price 89c. yard.
36 inch white and black Habutti ',Silk, spotless, worth $z.oo sale price
32 inch white, black, Champagne, all colors worth 69c., sale price 45c.
Colored Wash Silks, flying price 25c. yard.
White and colored wash Fabrics, pretty and sheer.
More Values than Ever.
40 inch White Lawns, value 12 I-2c , sale price 8 [-3c. yard.
#0 45 inch Persian Lawn, value 35c., sale price 22c. yard.
0* 40 inch Lingeree Cloths, value 25c., sale price 16 2-3c. yard,
Musliins, Organdy, and Batiste values up to i5c., sale price 8 Y -3c. yard.
Silk Tissue, your moneys worth, sale price 21c. yard.
Big lot Muslins, yours for 4 1-2c. yard.
All Cotton Goods reduced for this sale.
Suitings, Ginghams and Tickings, very low in price.
We are now agents for the Pictorial R<
world-wide pattern gives free a cutting -
each. The price of the magazine is I 5c.
Pictorial Review Magazine for $5.00 ca
PET BEAR HAS GOLD TOOTH. Several men administered restora
lives to O'Connell and he was then1
He Was Operated on Recently and able to tell that. he had been out, to
Is Now Enjoying Life Ifighland Lake where he had seen a
'The dlevil Ifish a ppea red to him, lhe
New York W\orld-. said, wvhiile he was taking a swig of
Petcie, the yea r-andl-a-halft-ld tea tom thle tea bot tie that lhe al -
bilack h)ear, owned by WVilliam B. Tut - ways t akes along when he goes fish
tIe, a druggist, of St atford, is now ing. lie was so frightened when lie
wearing a gold crown on t.he tearing saw t he mnIster that hie dropped this
toot'h1 of the left sideC of his lower~ bott.lo overboard.
3111- 'The fish, O'Connell said, had ani
Thue bear hogan ailing about a ugzly red hieadl and was able to stand
monithI ago. lHe lost his appetite, on it.s tail in t;he wvater. While in that
whmich1 3iad beeni the wonder of the posit ion it op)ened its ,jaws and hissed
citize(ns of Statftord ever since lie like a rattlesnake. The last lie saw
camne fromi Florida where Traippier oft it. was~ spee'dinig across the lake
Auistini cap)tured him and sent his t.o leaving a blood(-red t.rack on the sur
Mr. Tut tle for a pet. The bear fre- facee of the water.
-quenitly stroked the side of his jaw. Att 'onl a nldhstl
His owner maide anl exainaiit.ion and1hs red rogthmmoerso
found that a tooth was decayed. rtvsadeetdhmpeieto
Mr. Tuttle was advised by a vet-th riseaFiinClb
erinary surgeon to have t,he incisor_________
extracted, but he declared it must beJUG PAKN
saved and sent for a dentist. PeteONCIKNLW
lubg trough and gaged. Then, the
tooth wais t reatedl preparaitory to boGosOto olr re
killing the nerve and an impression psigadH esPe
was taken from which to make a Ko hi ihs
goldl cap. pi
In about a wveek the bear's tooth __
was in condition to have t.he crown ~I2sIacPris paigo
set. Hie was straped on the table,thlasrgainteovesipf
came(1f, te crwn as nockd hist iends nohthm, chies,
loos andfellint thebearst ratis nkond lete averaesdn onrf n
As h wa. stil ling n jus bak :le Wi cnseetlya er iih n diviualub.
cac nd gve Pte abigdoseI agfistalter Ras maTrate muchyTrou
covred hu opmins or he ay bleout u o fPoughb ry hcesTres- tw
were suspended. ~passing o anothen cLets 'cino- am
Thebea wa agin trapedto eMiansmetrims asaking caesf
operating tableth las rgultin the rwowt- vriiOOItBdi nersi bof u
movi n this tot.gnwskpgiiNo iltl the peoplerofthvering
hbck off, the rold ap hadcke- onhpwa h awi st ol lc
elset fete inow sceru n r,hta the samear'sthehroat. i
gulpetd d on.e)ol Dsch e 1 11))Sdt nwth a. od
Yrk Tuold.eto botl "Wenyufigbr'pcikes-hi
cemand ofv thiaplac gdse. ninn trsasoaorpeie rdmg o
to iow laelycr~ing"Tae i ~ay Thou crops cah n thmapouy vorl c
tak itawy ~\ian nothe nimal Ifth youag kowne one
comniyha. csomo ter w
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is the '. portunq time fc
s, Min ery, Shoes ar
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r you to purchase that C
i this matter of importar
SPECIAL SALE OF MEN'S SHIRTS.
50 doz. Men's Negligee Shirts, choice 47c. each,
25 doz. Men's L ndershirts, choice 23c. each.
25 doz. Drawers, elastic seam, choice 44c. pair.
Men's Pants at one-third off regular price.
Boys' suits at one-third off regular price.
50 doz. Boys' Wash Pants ioc. pair.
Umbrellas and Parasols.
This week we will show you values not- be
fore had in this old town. Our line of whit
Linen Paragols in embroidery and hemstitche(
at $1.23 are great.
Laces and Embroideries
at our store come at about half price as others
How often we hear the remark, "Why, they as
ioc for this up town." Our price 5c. y<
Come to The Right Price Store.
FOR ALL, LARGE
view Patterns, and will have our
mnd construction guide with each
a copy, but for a short while we
sh purchase from our store.
R~exall Dysesia Tablets form the f
Health is ust across the river for th
which grow worse instead of better. TI
Ninety per cent of the diseases of
- not to keep the stomach in healthy cond
The Rexall Dlyspepsia Tablets are
- nently all the most distressin gand painf
antee is printed on every box, and mone
ReselilDyspepsia Tablets are Warrante
Money will be refunded, exactly as printed on packa'ge,
y, notify 'him and if you;choose one damaged.
anI charge him 25 cents per head ''Catch the chiceker
our trouble and collect a reason- sold legally, buthen
damage besides. If you do not fowls captured or s
lhe owner of the fowls, put uP iner can not be taken
or three notices navertising the by force. If the ow
.he lays himself liab
n1 advertising the same you must trespass and .-damagt
ip one notice on the door of the -.
house and in two other' public The SpaM
s in the county. In the, notices Youth 's Magazine.
dvertisements you must give a Teei ohn
and accurate description of the 'Ther i,mo nothi
a 'and these notices c!ontinued coedianin ofhat
y these preseribed lines for ten oean inh Ltt
.If the owner fails to -eall and oper ''Thes Littl
a~ the stock and pay tho damages, one watr. tat bro
the inagistrate having juirisdic- hoem ate tatie
in that township shall or~ er hommisatce
tables: t*4 sell the poultr anid A teacher had 1
t,he proeeds to tike saled eh class of' bqys that
ever TIGg Co.
nes than ever. Your money's 15
r,every thinki. person to buy .40
kd Notiqns. .1e, Right Price
of well pleased buyers. Re. 40
ommencement Hat and Dress.
ice to you.
For Ladies and Misses. 0
For any w-ant in smnall notions, Collars, Belts, Hosiery, Fans, Gloves
and Combs we say that it will be to your interest to inspect our store
Fans in every new design at specially low prices
Table Linens, Towels and Bed Spreads.
Big values for you here, our prices talk for us. Extra large Bed
Spreads, value $2 00, our price $i19 each.
Big value Bed Spreads, our price 89c. each.
We want to thank the ladies of Newberry and the surrounding coun
try for their kindness to their friends in sending them to us for Milli
nery already this season, and ask them who still have a Hat to buy to
come direct to The Right Price Store, where you will fird the right
goods, right treatment and at the very lowest possible price. Mrs.
I-lair and Miss Flourney will take pleasure in helping you to select the
Hat best suited for you We ask for your kind consideration. Let the
knocker knock. Don't listen to the so-called big stores that buy more
and sell more millinery than all others. Buy your Millinery at the
Right Price Store.
stock complete in a very few days. This
pattern. The patterns soll for 10 and 1 5c.
vill give free onu year's subscription to the
mnaio nth*rd 'fHelh
untion in th ortsrido Hiealth
tuaranteed to relieve immediately and cure perma
iil forms of Dysppsa and Indigestion. This guar.
y will, be refunde to all who are not satisfied.
Ito Cure al Forms of Indigestion and'Dyspepua
in case of dissatisfaction. Price, 25 cents, at our store: or by mal,
& WEEKS, Druggists.
had become .* numerous that they conic~ tio)n of~ munrder is worth notj
s and have them destroy ed the~ crops and it was nec- ing: "' indulgent as thec law of Penn.
r no circumstan- essaty to imiport the sparrow to ex- jsylvancia is in favor of the accused
fowls. Stock or termin:'te them. The sparrows mul- it has never tolerated, nor is likely
zed in this man- tiplied very fast and were gradually Ito tolerate, a doctrine of transitory
from the capltor dr'iving a way one native birds, frenzy as a defense to mude. From
ier should do so, Jo.hnnyv was appairenitly very int- which wve take it thait the great, ori
e to an action for tent ive a-:d t he teacher, thinking to gineal b)rainlsor wan V1s in luck in mov
."catch hime inppinig, said. Iing to New York befo:-e gettilng into
-"'Johin:y, whichi is worse to have action.
rows. worms or' !parrows?"
Johniney hesitated a moment and
'English" about then replied: "Please, I never had ECZEMA and PILE CURtE
rge Graves, the tesar s'FR EKnmowini what it was to auf
excellent comie * I will giv VREE3 OF CHARGi
Michus." Here's Brain Storn%s Don't Go- to any afflicted a positive cure for Ecze
Light from across Law Notes. ' man, Salt Rhumm, Erysipelas, Piles .and.
is .funny as any In these days of unwritten lawv and Skin Diseases. Instant Rtelief. .Dont
"brain storms," the following inn- suffer longer. Write F.W. WILLIAMS,
een telling her age used recently by the Pennsyl- 400 Manhattan Avenue, New York. ign
recentiy' wordna vania Supreme Coiurt in affirmiing~ a .lose Stamp.